What to expect in August
August’s issue of The Front Row Report is on schedule to be an amazing issue featuring some top-notch bands.
Our main package will feature four stories on summer rock festivals- Cornerstone Festival, Icthus Festival, Ignite Festival and Lamb Jam Festival. Written by Cameron Edwards, Luke Patton as a guest contributor and Reggie Edwards the main package for August promises not to disappoint.
We will have photo coverage of bands like Skillet, Stryper, Classic Petra, RED, Thousand Foot Krutch, Resurrection Band, Project 86, Switchfoot, Brian “Head” Welch, P.O.D. and a plethora of other artists.
August’s artist spotlight will be a triple-story piece about Brian “Head” Welch, touching on his book and album titled “Save Me From Myself” as well as touching on other aspects of him as an artist.
We will be featuring an up-and-coming article on Terre Haute, In.-based metalcore band Visions of Scion.
Finally, we will have album reviews of Theory of a Deadman’s “The Truth Is…,” Sublime with Rome’s “Yours Truly,” “Tech N9ne’s “All 6’s and 7’s,” and up-and-coming artist Witness7’s “Worthless made Worthy.”
Throw in columns from Reggie Edwards (What good and bad can come from Christian bands going mainstream), Jessica Heldebrandt (Why Warped Tour is not a joke) and Cameron Edwards (Tequila and Juggalos don’t mix), and August promises to deliver an action-packed issue for readers.